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Enforcement of Judgments, Final Report 94

This report examines the current law on enforcement of judgments outside of Alberta. Since 1925, Alberta has had a legislative regime whereby money judgments from other specified jurisdictions could be registered with the Alberta courts. Therefore, these judgments are recognized and enforceable in Alberta. This regime has been relatively unchanged since that time. In 1990, the Attorneys General and the Ministers of Justice requested that the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (ULCC) develop uniform legislation […]

AREA OF LAW Administration of Justice Corporate and Commercial
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FORMAT Publications
FILE fr094.pdf

September 29, 2008

Administration of Family Law: The Unified Family Court: Constitutional Opinions, Research Paper 11

This paper comprises opinions by Professor W.R. Lederman, Q.C., and Professor P.N. McDonald, on the constitutional validity (at the time of publication) of a unified family court in Alberta, including both federally appointed and provincially appointed judges (i.e. judges appointed by the Governor General in Council and the Lieutenant Governor in Council). Professor McDonald’s opinion is actually comprised of a number of smaller opinions written in 1976 and 1977, which include responses to some other […]

AREA OF LAW Children Family Law Marriage & Divorce
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FORMAT Publications
FILE RPNo.11.pdf

May 4, 1978